FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ACIPHEX

User Comments:


For GERD “I am just on second day of starting generic Acifex and can not believe how great I feel. I have been in pain and diarrhea for a month due to taking multiple meds for a heart issue. Acifex has been a blessing!”

“M” December 9, 2017


For Barrett’s Esophagus “Have Taken ACIPHEX for 20 years until insurance companies refused to cover this and all PPI drugs. I have suffered ever since. Achipex 3 years ago cost $20.00 per 30 Tablets, Then in 2015,16 this medication increased to $378.00 per 30 tablets. Now my insurance company will not cover this drug. I am on my own. No PPI prescription drugs anymore. So, for every action there is a opposite and equal reaction. Scopes yearly. which will cost my insurance company more than a year of this drug. Idiots. Nothing works except ACIPHEX 20 MGs”

Navajo Apache Joe July 5, 2017


For GERD “I took Aciphex for the last year. It relieved the symptoms VERY well. However, it didn’t heal any of my problems. I still have erosive esophagus, and I still have chronic gastritis. So on to the next…”

Drw_T May 6, 2016


For GERD “I have taken Protonix without any relief. My doctor increased my dosage from 40mg to 80mg. I had really bad headaches and no relief from reflux. I began taking Aciphex and got results immediately.”

Nonamealreadyinuse April 10, 2016


For GERD “My insurance refuses to pay for it saying Prilsect is just as good. NOT!!!!! I take 2 a day (180 for 3 months) and it would cost me almost $700 a month. I get through Canada for $123 per 200, over 3 month vs. $2,000. Aciphex is not even comparable to any other, Zantac, all of them. Good luck to you.”

Thenomad (taken for 2 to 5 years) October 16, 2015


For Stomach Ulcer “I have reflux and had continuing issues while taking nexium. My GI Doc put me back on Aciphex and my problems are gone within 3 days.”

ManuRN May 22, 2015

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